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The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities

The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities in Hackney, East London is difficult to pin down into one single category. Part museum, part gallery and pure oddity, it is full of strange and surreal objects, such as the two headed lambs and Fiji mermaids, and its first floor gallery features art from across several centuries, including the country’s largest collection of Leonora Carrington’s surrealist work.

From dodo bones and extinct bird feathers, along with a giant skeleton of an anteater, Viktor Wynd’s site is one of the most unique on many levels. Those interested in the more bizarre, and coming close to odd collections of human remains can examine dead babies in bottles, stare at shrunken heads, and wonder at fossils and centuries old medical instruments.

11 Mare St
E8 4RP

Tel: 020 7998 3617
Opening Times:
Friday 11am–10pm
Saturday 11am–10pm
Sunday 11am–10pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 11am–10pm
Thursday 11am–10pm
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